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songful

[ sawng-fuhl, song- ]

adjective

  1. abounding in song; melodious.


songful

/ ˈsɒŋfʊl /

adjective

  1. tuneful; melodious


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Derived Forms

  • ˈsongfulness, noun
  • ˈsongfully, adverb

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Other Words From

  • songful·ly adverb
  • songful·ness noun

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Word History and Origins

Origin of songful1

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; song, -ful

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Example Sentences

Your Missie is doing some hard thinking, my beauties and doesn't feel songful this morning.

Here is his description of his change from "burning love" to the state of "songful love."

In May and June the waterfalls are at their best, and the birds are most songful.

But Mr. Newcastle's involuntary wit was of no avail, and he was forced to curb his songful spirit until a more fitting season.

Then another youth approached, and received more 256 airily a silver token, with the same blue ribbon and songful welcome.

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